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Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Tiburon Residence - with SF Bay view
windows will create a clear distinction between the spaces. I like the subtle choice of lighting, which works well with the serene materials and landscape.
“luminarias en plafon” — paultg
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Miami Townhouse
Create a view. Lacking a window over your desk? Consider a large landscape photograph. The width of this work is about the same as that of the desk's, which makes the proportions pleasing. More:20 Great Ways to Display Family PhotosThe Right Mat for Your ArtworkNew Year's Resolution: Frame Your Photos
“Прикольный консольный столик” — stokaren
bright designlab
9 Reviews
SE Portland addition
the street. Reclaimed wood, salvaged from an old barn in Southern Oregon, warms up the bright white Hardie board and ties in with the lush Portland landscape. Rows of horizontal windows draw the eye to the top of the addition. The very top opening is a railing for a small roof deck, a tribute to the original
“Number” — jgrutkowski
Randy Brown
Randy Brown Architects
The children's bedrooms and playspaces are on the ground level, but the main gallery upstairs embraces the landscape.More about this house
“Windows at floor level” — roylipski
Found Associates
Private House, Cotswolds
Found crosses the landscape in front of the main bedroom. “I didn’t have any gray hair before I started this project,” he says. The five-year-long process wrapped up in late 2011. Painting: Oscar Murillo
“wall” — mistymetzler
GMK Architecture Inc
3 Reviews
Grand Junction House
Terra-cotta is also a great choice for a desert landscape, picking up on hues seen in the earth, rocks and mountains.
“Sunken firepit” — Michelle Kelley
Battle Associates, Architects
Hudson Valley Retreat
Providing a roof over the balcony helps keep it dry while folding it back into the house to give us just a bit more security as we survey the untamed landscape from our perch.
“Square” — benjro
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Beck-Tisdale Home
respite with cypress built-ins that frame the sea to promote contemplative study,” says Beck. A picture window above the built-in desk frames the landscape below.
“Simple window configuration.” — janicebrwn
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